Transparency International (TI) is the world’s leading anti-bribery and anti-corruption civil society organisation. With more than 100 national chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin.
We engage at the highest levels of business and government and own pivotal global research benchmarks such as the annual Corruption Perceptions Index and the Global Corruption Barometer.
Corruption is one of the greatest challenges of the contemporary world. It drives economic inequality and is a major barrier in poverty eradication. Corruption undermines good government, distorts public policy, leads to the misallocation of resources, harms private and public sector development, and particularly hurts the poor. Tackling corruption is only possible with the cooperation of a wide range of stakeholders. Engagement with the private sector to strengthen integrity systems and business practice is vital.
Join TIA as an individual member, cornerstone or corporate member to promote and champion transparency, accountability and integrity.
There are also opportunities for professional services organisations to support the work of TI Australia as a financial member and through the provision of pro bono services.
Why become a TI Australia Corporate Member?
As a leading global anti-corruption organisation, our brand is respected. We are influential in shaping national and global public policy, based on robust evidence-based research. We are connected to 100 TI country chapters, and have access to local knowledge and information on corruption risks. TI Australia leads the organisation’s global program on Mining for Sustainable Development, a multi-year, multi-country program.
Through our Corporate Engagement Program, you will:
- Publicly demonstrate your commitment to integrity – through strengthened policies and practice and engagement with key stakeholders
- Access knowledge and information – through engagement with TI Australia staff and research, and access to country-specific knowledge through our international chapter connections
- Influence policy and practice reform – through participation in policy and regulatory consultation, dialogue and submissions, and, through engagement with TI Australia, our partners, government and corporate networks to promote and practice responsible business conduct.
What we offer
We offer engagement opportunities to the private sector including corporates, professional firms and industry associations.
Membership benefits include:
- Credible global brand relationship with the leading anti-bribery and anti-corruption movement
- Access to TI knowledge, tools and local/global experience
- Public commitment to anti-bribery and anti-corruption practices through the TI Australia Membership Protocols and Letter of Commitment
- Opportunity to engage in the TI Australia-led global program on Mining for Sustainable Development
- Opportunity to influence and benefit from leading TI research on business integrity issues, including Strengthening Australia’s National Integrity Systems and Whistling While They Work 2 – a partnership between TI Australia and Griffith University
- Hosting and co-branding anti-bribery and anticorruption events
- Opportunity to support anti-bribery and anti-corruption research publications and submissions, as agreed
- Access to TI Australia e-News
- Recognition of vital financial and in-kind contribution to TI Australia vision, values and activities.
What we ask of you
TI Australia Members are committed to the highest levels of responsible business conduct. We require our Members to:
- Provide a CEO Letter of Commitment to operate to high standards of integrity and transparency, in line with TI’s Business Principles for Countering Bribery and relevant laws and standards. This will be listed on the TI Australia website
- Not engage in bribery and corruption, and take the necessary steps to mitigate, prevent and take action if it occurs
- Inform TI Australia of any bribery and corruption allegations
- Have, or put into place a detailed anti-bribery and anti-corruption policy
- Commit to implementing an anti-bribery and anti-corruption program throughout their operations, and have, or put into place, a monitoring and evaluation process to ensure implementation of the company’s policy
- Engage with, and keep TI Australia informed at least annually, on progress to meet stated commitments. Complete the Member Evaluation Questionnaire
- Abide by the TIA Membership Protocols and Constitution.
Read more about the Corporate Engagement Program.
Membership fees are available on request
For general administration and membership support, please contact Sue:
T +61 3 9877 0369